Susan Kern

Falcon Lane Pottery
wheel-thrown functional stoneware pottery

Falcon Lane Pottery is functional stoneware designed to add delight and grace to ordinary rituals of daily life. Working primarily on the wheel, I enjoy forms that can be altered or thrown in parts and constructed, as well as one-piece forms. Impressed surface design, carving, layered and sprayed glazes and some slab work are all part of Falcon Lane Pottery. Texture that invites touch, colors that engage the eyes, a sense of the substantial, forms that offer both balance and movement all combine to encourage moments of slow time in a fast world. This is what I hope people receive from my work. Images of my work can be found at .

Artist Bio

After studying for four years at Cane Creek Pottery, Chapel Hill, NC, I continued my ceramic study at Arrowmont School for Art and Crafts in Tennessee. A member of Carolina Clay Guild, The Potters Council and a founding member of Alamance Artisans, I have taught at Art and Soul in Mebane, NC, Stone's Throw Pottery in Burlington, NC, the Alamance County Arts Council, The Children's Museum of Alamance County and my own studio. See also . Falcon Lane Pottery has been exhibited at the N. C. Pottery Center, Duke Eye Center, Alamance County Arts Council, Art and Soul Studios, The Center for Creative Leadership and other juried and invitational sales locally and in other states.